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Cultural District Walking Tours of Huntingdon

Huntingdon Landmarks, Inc. recently announced the remaining schedule of 2015

free walking tours of downtown Huntingdon’s 4 and More Cultural District. All tours begin at 10am on Wednesdays at Merchant’s Park on the corner of 6th and Penn Streets in downtown Huntingdon and last approximately 60 minutes. 388 more words

Public Art Installations

A Perennially Joyful Urban Forestry Recognition Ceremony

The 9th annual Tree City/Line/Campus USA Recognition Ceremony was held on March 26, 2015 in Albany where over 40 communities were in attendance including the longest-running Tree City USA, Poughkeepsie NY, represented by Tree Committee member Virginia Hancock. 499 more words

Organizational News

Hurray for Arbor Day; do you live in a ‘Tree City USA’?

Today is Arbor Day, a celebration of trees and all the great things they do for us in “The Evergreen State.” Washington State Arbor Day is always celebrated on the second Wednesday, April 8 this year as proclaimed by Governor Jay Inslee. 391 more words

Forests

2015 Local Arbor Day Celebrations Today

Florida Arbor Day observances are occurring on the official date of Friday, January 16.  The observances described below will recognize the value of trees to the 164 communities from Florida and more than 3,400 communities nationwide that are currently a Tree City USA.   221 more words

Events

Kirkwood Citizens Plant Trees

When you walk or drive around Kirkwood, you can’t help but notice the abundance of trees that line the streets. Kirkwoodians take special care of their trees, and the amount of mature trees throughout the city is one of the reasons so many people love to live in Kirkwood. 343 more words

Kirkwood

KEEPING IT GREEN: READING NAMED AS A “TREE CITY USA” ONCE AGAIN

Arbor Day was celebrated in style this year with Reading being honored once again as a Tree City USA. Reading received the classification for its commitment to efficient and effective urban forest management. 190 more words

A DARKER SHADE OF GREEN: ALLENTOWN EARNS 36TH TREE CITY USA DESIGNATION

The non-profit Arbor Day Foundation has voted Allentown as a Tree City USA for the 36th consecutive year. The Arbor Day Foundation, in cooperation with the National Association of State Foresters and the USDA Forest Service, sponsors the Tree City USA program. 204 more words